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a nice long-term benefit. >> david: thank you for watching. keep it here. cheryl casone and "cashin' in." ♪ >>> today, the tax man cometh and so are rallies and protests. taxed and spent citizens making their voices heard on april 15. will a battery of new taxes from the obama administration make this the cheapest tax day for a generation or more? they have the best benefit and white house catered to their whims. why are the unions so angry? >> we need to act. we need to act boldly to strike at the root of working people anger. >> but with d.c. in the back pocket should unions be the last ones complaining now? plus jungle gyms to drive down healthcare cost. >> pop my shoulder back in. >> thanks to the new healthcare law, your tax dollars are spent to build bike path, playground and biking trail. outrage alert enough to make you sick. all that and tiger using his dead dad to resurrect big money endorsements? >> i want to find out what your thinking was. >> why john layfield says it could be tiger woods' biggest mistake yet. your money, your life, your show to stay ahead of the game
with cheryl casone and "cashin' in" starting right now. >> today, 99 weeks of unemployment checks? >> human beings were not meant to sit in cubicles all day. >> two years of jobless benefit, some call it compassion, but are endless handouts making people less motivated to look for work? doctors admitting to ordering expensive tests to avoid lawsuits. >> novocain you up. [ laughter ] then i'll have a couple of drinks and neither one of us will feel a thing. [ laughter [ laughter ] >> with nothing to control lawyers in healthcare reform is there any hope to drive down costs? "cashin' in" investigation that will make you sick. plus, was america really stimulated? ♪ ♪ >> for the first time in my life, i want to cry. >> the white house claiming the stimulus package with billions of benefits on struggling taxpayers. but now that we have to pay for it, is the only thing stimulated our nation's debt clock? all that and working harder, but making less. and now, massive tax hikes? why tracy byrnes says this is a cocktail for another economic disaster. your money, your life, your show to stay ahea
's it for "forbes on fox." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. cheryl casone and "cashin' in" is now! >> today, forget leaving las vegas. white house policies could force one of sin city biggest players to leave america altogether. >> i'll need a divorce. >> absolutely! >> we'll always have vegas! >> hinting the president better back off or he will pack up the operation and go to china. could this be the wake-up call washington needs? fight for a government takeover of healthcare isn't over. >> where are you going? >> going to pick a fight. >> new bill to give d.c. power to control how much health insurers can charge. they say it will drive down medical cost, but is it a plan to drive out private companies and leigh the government running -- leave the government running our healthcare system? plus, al gore taking his inconvenient truth to recruit inconvenient youth. >> kids, our system has gone to hell. due to environmental pollution. >> the former vice president setting his sights on your kids. good idea to save the planet? or a plan to brainwash your children in supporting expensiv
, it seems, lived aloha better than cheryl wolf. >> every moment, every second we spent together, it was -- made things brighter. >> cheryl was amazing. just such a special person, and that's why i loved her so much. >> reporter: she was always photogenic, cute as a baby, stunning as a young woman. she entered two beauty pageants and won, both times. >> congratulations! >> reporter: she was going for her third crown next month, miss hawaii teen world. but then -- >> i guess god had other plans for her. >> reporter: just 20 minutes after her father dropped his queen off at school, the 18-year-old suffered a massive stroke. >> all of a sudden, everybody was in shock. >> reporter: she stayed conscious for a while. >> remember the bumblebee pageant? >> reporter: and her father says she remained herself. >> her head was hurting a lot. she was still being humorous when she was awake. that was just cheryl. >> reporter: but soon the awake moments faded and a week later cheryl's eyes closed for good. her pageant sisters didn't understand. after all, cheryl was healthy, outgoing, athletic,
for something just to begin with. >> when we return -- cheryl tiegs plus fishnet equals a global sensation. >> to this day, i don't understand the particular appeal of that shot. >> that's next. when "business model: inside the sports illustrated swimsuit issue" continues. >> we now return to "business model: inside the sports illustrated 'swimsuit' issue." >>> we now return to "business model: inside the sports illustrated swimsuit issue." >> in the picturesque desert, sometimes the location that catches photographer rafael's eye -- >> i think if we just tweak it a little, it will be beautiful. >> -- is right outside his hotel room. this is the first shoot with model julie henderson. >> okay. >> lots of lipstick. >> hon, you'll just be standing right here. >> right here? >> yeah, out here. >> what can you do to make a picture better? >> yeah. throw the hair right over. >> you have to try to reinvent yourself for every photo. >> beautiful. yes, yes, yes. great. stay tall. >> i don't know if it's really about how many photos you can get in the issue. i think just even that one photo that s
you about out of rosedale. a woman hit and killed by a car crossing the street with her baby. cheryl connor. >> reporter: a witness at the scene said the mother made a split second decision that may have saved her baby. skid marks left on the road where a truck went off the road. >> a lady was crossing the street. apparently from what i understand the guy in the truck -- lost control of the truck and -- the steering locked up. >> reporter: police are giving few details but we know the woman was taken to shock trama and was pronounced dead. robert craig was there minutes after the crash and said the woman was walking from the nearby shopping center, crossing at the pedestrian walk, heading toward the bus stop. craig gives this chilling account of her efforts to save her baby. >> reporter: from what i understand she was able to push the baby out of the way and she was pinned under the truck. >> reporter: at last check the child is still in the hospital. according to witnesses the driver of the truck remained at the scene while police investigated. >> he seemed calm. >> reporter: poli
for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> thank you. >>> cheryl is no stranger to the troubled economy. the bankruptcy of general motors and the decision to discontinue the saturn brand put her out of business. she vowed to find a way to survive. they call her the saturn lady. >> and it drives great, doesn't it? >> reporter: a fixture on local lancing, michigan, radio. >> i stick with auto business because of saturn and because of the way they did business and treated customers. >> reporter: and a familiar face on tv. >> come in and see why saturn really means people first. >> reporter: cheryl has built a reputation for her no-nonsense approach to selling cars. but the last year has been a roller coaster ride for two of the most successful companies. >> truck leasing and american business, he was supposed to save gm's struggling saturn brand. he was going to buy out the brand and its 350 dealerships from gm, but, apparently, it has all fallen through. >> never once have i thought, let's close the doors, we're done. no, no, i don't give up that easy. >> reporter: that optimism in the fa
her father dropped her off at school, cheryl suffered a massive stroke. within a week, she was gone. >> every woman, every second we spent together was -- made things brighter. >> amazing. such a special person. that's why i loved her so much. >> not about the crown on your head but the crown in your heart. cheryl definitely did have a crown in her heart. >> when she got her driving permit cheryl asked her orr begans be donated. her ashes will be scattered along a fwheech hawaii. >>> one person is dead today after a dramatic police stand-off in phoenix. it began around 9:00 this morning when police interrupt ad burglary inside this house. one suspect took a hostage and set the home on fire. the police shot a second suspect outside the home. the blaze spread quickly to a nearby house but fire crews had to keep their distance because of the armed suspect inside. a school across the street is still on lockdown at this hour. >>> a new crackdown on illegal immigration in arizona could have repercussions beyond that state. rallying against the sweeping immigration bill. it requires people
and they fear there may be more victims. cheryl connor is following is investigation, she joins us from police headquarters in towson. what do you have for us. >> reporter: we know alex simms was a volunteer coach at a catholic school which game have gave him frequent contact with young kids, now we're hoping they have a conversation with their children to encourage other possible victims to come forward. baltimore county police say a 9- year-old girl was sexually abused by this man, alex simms was a volunteer assistant soccer coach at the catholic church on harford road. they say the abuse happened off school property. >> he went to his home, played video games with his kids, sat in his lap, he abused her. he has admitted to sexually abusing this young lady. >> investigators say the abuse happened at least twice last summer but the girl waited until last month to tell a family member. she watched the video in school educating children about apuce and then felt comfortable talking. >> it's a way of helping children understand that in something like this is happening it's not appropriate and ho
to david schneider, sunday, february 18, 2007. now mr. schneider is saying, cheryl, your thoughts. do you remember this? >> do you remember this? >> i do. the results describe below -- and i'm reading now -- similar to what my team has been observing. california option a.r.m.'s, large loan size, 1.25 million, have been the fastest increasing delinquency rate in a single family residential portfolio. there is a meltdown in the subprime market which is creating a flight to quality. i was talking to robert williams just after his return from the asia trip, where he and alan talked to potential investors for upcoming covered bond deals backed by our mortgages. there is still a strong interest around the world in u.s. residential mortgages. they were certainly earn couraging us to think seriously about it at the m.m.b.r. what can i do to help? david, would your team like any help on determining the impact of selling certain groupings of option a.r.m.'s on overall delinquencies? he describes a meltdown, flight to quality. who's going to buy option a.r.m.'s? well, you talked to investors, backed
?" erin and maksim, chad and cheryl and pam and damien. some the "dancing with the stars" couples are doing a little more than than just the tango. so are these pairs really paring off, or is it just a move to pump up the ratings? >> it says right here on the cover of "people," "it's a hot romance." >> hot. >> is it a hot friendship? what is it? is it hot in any way? >> it depends on what day you get us on. >> kate's change of heart. new kate gosselin revlations today about what life was really like with jon. >>> plus, more stories breaking from the "showbiz tonight" news ticker. >>> tv's most provocative entertainment news show continues right now! >>> welcome back to "showbiz tonight." it is 30 minutes past the hour. i'm a.j. hammer coming to you from new york city. >> and i'm brooke anderson in hollywood, with big news breaking today. "celebrity rehab" controversy. >> yeah, this is pretty amazing, brooke. today famed celebrity rehab doctor, dr. drew pinsky is now defending his controversial suggestion that lindsay lohan be thrown in jane for her own good. now wait until you hea
hour, two icons. cher cheryl ladd, and jaclyn smith. they remember their days on "charlie's angel." the passing of john forsythe, important to that. we'll go down memory lane. >>> in our next half hour, amazing story. a woman who lost 500 pounds. >> wow. >> that is right. she did it without surgery. wait until you hear how she did it. it is -- i call it an inspiring story. >> i'm sure i'll get a tissue by them and be just fine. >>> let's get back upstairs to juju with the news. >> i'm getting the kleenex, ready, robin. don't you worry. good morning, everyone. there's a new ash cloud that's belching out from the volcano in iceland this morning. even so, there are signs the clouds may be parting. on-time flights this morning at some of europe's biggest airports, including frankfurt and paris. at least half of the flights in europe, are scheduled to take off. but not at london's heathrow. that's where our nick watt is. nick, what's the situation there this morning? >> reporter: good morning, juju. as you say, this is normally the busiest airport in europe. and there is nothing happen
of the option of our loans causing us problems. cheryl can validate my views are all-day high margin option arms not providing well. we should address selling first quarter. that is the quarter that your income as soon as we can before we lose the opportunity. in response to the delinquency as a snub of option arms on the portfolio you want to sell the newly originated arms as soon as you can, right? are you with me so far? that's what you want to do? >> yes. >> now, later that day so we are still working up this chain of e-mails later that day -- [inaudible conversations] same option, delinquencies. this is from you to davis had schneider. february 18th, 07. i'm sorry, this is from schneider, dr. david schneider to you and a sense show your thoughts. the copy goes to you and cheryl. now mr. schneider is saying cheryl, your boss. do you remember this, mr. beck? >> i do. >> mr. schneider, you remember this? >> i do. >> later that day still on the 40b, cheryl replies the subject still option or the delinquency. the results described below and i am reading now from her e-mail similar to what my her
reunion. charlie's angels and the hoff is getting pumped up for pamela. >> then inside chad and cheryl's private dancing rehearsal. and niecea gnash on our stage.
arrivals and a departure since that huge ash cloud grouped air travel. cheryl conner is live. >> reporter: so many happy faces. you know the delays continue tonight. that military plane got in two hours late. i can tell you there is relief here and stories of how that volcanoo affected so many lives. a hero's welcome home with an extra sigh of relief. after fighting in afghanistan for six no months the ash cloud delayed those men and women. >> they starts to redeploy. >> reporter: a plane with 300 should ors finally landed. it was rerouted to kuwait when the ash cloud clog the air space. earer the first flight in six days touched down. gena finally gets ail hug from her parents but vacation is cut short. >> i live in africa. i was excited to come home. three weeks. >> reporter: the headache is over but now there is an uphill battle. >> i had three flights and about 5,000 dollars. hopefully i will cover some of it from the airport because i ended up taking a ba flight, first i could get out. >> reporter: getting home is all that matters. after days of delays and months without family. >
in love, cheryl? >> (inaudible.) >> you two are so full of crap. >> andrews ened the evening in the middle, followed by the bachelor, who got ambitious with his tango. >> well i was most nervous about the stares we nailed the stairs, then the dance after this was downhill. we know what the judges think. now it's all in america's hands. we will find out who is bumped off of dancing with the stars during tonight's results show we have breaking news to get you right now. abc 2 news starts now. >>> now, abc 2 news at 6:00. >>> we start with breaking news out of southeast baltimore tonight. right now city crews are on the scene of a water main break on keith avenue. officials say that the 20-inch main ruptured and water is pouring in to the streets. the break is affecting the marine terminals and businesss in the area. we have a crew on the way to the scene and will bring you the latest as soon as it becomes available.
with murder. a fight off campus led to the shooting. . cheryl connor is back from the suspect's neighborhood. >> reporter: tyrone haul is described as a good athlete but tonight the charges give a decisive story. on the campus of the university in western maryland students getting frequent updates about a shooting. police say tyrone haw shot two students, killing one. he grew up where one man considered him a brother. they were neighbors and often got together to play soccer. >> he had -- he never did drugs. he was very athletic. i would see him all the time playing soccer. >> reporter: police say the two victims, brandon carol who died from his injuries and ellis hartridge who is expected to be okay showed up at hall's off campus home around four sunday morning. the two confronted him about allegations he assaulted a female at a party earlier in the evening. hall pulled out a shot gun and shot them both in the stomach. a vigil was held for the victim at his high school. >> we are all hurting as a family and community. just need to keep praying. >> reporter: investigators say the three men
:00. cheryl conner is there. she'll have reaction for those stranded overseas for you tonight coming up at 11:00. >>> some april showers. just about that time of year isn't it? that rain is beginning to move out of the baltimore area. we are looking at a drier overnight period. take a look at maryland's radar now. you can see the rain is trucking off to the north and east. i think that rain is going to continue to push well up the i-95 corridor. we'll be look at a dry scenario here in another hour or two. as you see, when we zoom out there is not much left. >>> call for action tonight when it comes to cable voices. you seen the commercials. this is big. baltimore county county members wants to know if verizon things they are too big to be in baltimore. more than a year-ago the city council introduced the residentlation. they and verizon executives failed to find a common ground. >> i heard that baltimore is an unfriendly place to negotiate with when it comes to franchise agreement. i can assure you that we are ready to talk. we are not holding this up in any way shape or form. >> there seems
to serve as grand jurors for that end. but the department of homeland security, cheryl action fox 5 news. >>> a member of the top military is doing a little bit of back pedaling by the statment he made. army secretary vowed not to discharge troops to tell them they're gay. now he says he was incorrect to say that. he says for now he will continue to uphold the don't ask, don't tell policy. unemployment. depending on who you talk to, the news is either great or disappointing. that news is next. >>> and what is all the hype about? the look at the device. some call it game changing. >>> the sluggish economy bein blamed for -- 158,000 filed for bankruptcy. the most if one month since the law has changed in 2005. filings were up 35%. bankruptcies often peak. and things are starting to i stand up. a new report is providing good news about the economy. the labor department says businesses added more jobs to payroll. as craig booze well explains the unemployment rates remain unchanged. >>> president obama said unemployment numbers are encouraging. we learned that the economy actually produced a
-year-old beauty queen this week. her name was cheryl wolf. her family and friends say from her earliest days, she was very photogenic and entered two beauty contests and won both. next month, she was going for her third crown. miss hawaii teen world. but a few minutes after her father dropped her off at school, she is your suffered a stroke and within a week she was gone. >> every moment, every second we spent together, it was amazing. >> she's amazing. such a special person. that's why i loved her so much. >> it is not about the crown on your head but the crown in your heart. cheryl definitely did have a crown in her heart. >> she got her driving permit. she asked that her organs be donated. her ashes will be scattered along a beach in hawaii. >>> still ahead in the next half hour, "news4 at 5:00," u.s. air marshal from northern virginia is facing charges after police say he sexually assaulted an escort. >> the world's largest study ever to look at whether or not cell phones are safe. it gets under way. >>> take your child to workday today. show you how the first lady and first >>> wel
. cheryl casoney is here with us. security and exchange commission says fraud happened an the market declined. what are they accused of doing? >> the housing market began to decline. this was abacus. the sec is charging goldman sachs with making the product called abacus, selling it as a good investment when they knew it was a bad investment, tied to subprime mortgages, bad mortgages. they say that gold man knew what they were doing, they had a client, paulson and company, one of the biggest hedge funds, paying goldman to sell the product. the sec say it was fraud committed against investors and public and it cost investors a billion dollars. >> a side bet. they bundle these securities and you can bet on them or bet against them just like you can in las vegas at the craps table. you can shoot the note. what they did is told customers, goldman sachs customers, buy these things. at the same time the hedge fund was saying no, it was betting against it. the hedge fund is betting against, the people are betting for and lose everything and the hedge fund makes a billedle billion dollars. >
. she was murdered but no one has been charged. >> to cheryl. what's your question, dear? >> caller: first thing is, i love your twins, they're so adorable. >> thank you. >> caller: you're welcome. >> i've been so blessed. >> caller: yes, you have. my question is, if he's arrested over there, will they extradite him to the united states? >> absolutely not, cheryl. it's got to be tried in mexico. agree or disagree, elinor? >> he shouldn't be able to leave since he doesn't have his passport. >> he will not be extradited because why? >> because he didn't commit any crime in the united states. if he did and he's in mexico, then the united states can ask mexico to extradite him to the united states. >> everyone, let's stop and remember army corporal brandon craig, just 25, maryland, killed iraq. awarded the bronze star, purple heart, remembered as mr. personality. always willing to lend a hand. loved hunting, fishing, time with family. leaves behind parents, sister amber, brother ryan, widow jodee. also served the army. brandon craig, american hero. thanks to our guests but especially to
's angels" will be honored at the tv land awards. >> chris connelly caught up with two of the angels, cheryl ladd and jaclyn smith, in los angeles. >> there were three little girls who went to the police academy. >> reporter: "charlie's angels" became a '70s sensation thanks to its trio of glamorous crime fighters. >> why can't we ever see charlie? >> reporter: overseen by an unseen john forsythe, the voice of charlie. his recent passing at age 92, and the death last year of the iconic angel farrah fawcett, remain on the finds of cheryl lad and jaclyn smith. what do you remember most about your friend farrah? >> i remember a sweet texas girl who enjoyed making a german chocolate cake as much as being on a magazine cover. the last time i saw her she brought a german chocolate cake for dessert to my house for dinner. that's my last memory. i'm not good at talking about it yet. but it was -- you know, it was a lovely friendship. >> you were also good friends with the late john forsythe because you got to spend some quality time with him. >> yes, he was my neighbor, literally two driveways over.
are going to get this done. gretchen carlson and fox business correspondent cheryl casone. let me ask you guys. what is she doing? she is half naked in g.q., right? >> that's exposed. >> juan: i would think that's exposed. she is spend an hour in prime time with oprah. is that exposed? what is she doing, gretchen? >> it's cognitive distance going on here. on the one hand she is saying she wants to remain private and she is a private person. on the other hand, she has held out to do this major interview with oprah. come on, a a lot of people wanted this interview but oprah got it. i think this is a woman has lived in secret for the last three to four years. her whole life has been one big secret. i don't know how you could possibly see reality after living in such a way. >> juan: cheryl it, looks to me like if you agree with her and you are her friend, then it's okay. but the minute that you are critical or say, hey, wait a second, you broke up a family, you hurt elizabeth edwards, then you know what? it's all lies and you are exposing me and you are unfair to me. >> i don't think she care
products? "redbook's" april issue is all about free stuff. hey, cheryl, good morning to you. what's the catch? >> there's no catch. the only catch is that you have to be a good customer. don't go and say, where are my free samples? can i have five? the whole idea is the companies are getting -- beauty companies are getting something, they're getting you to try their products so maybe you'll go back and buy them, and you get the free stuff. >> first, start with what's available i think in department stores. this is not what you get free, the big ones. but you get the little guys. most of us know we get little free samples but we don't always ask for them. basically people say, hey, take this sometimes. >> you should absolutely ask. beauty companies want you to try them because they are confident that their products are going to work and you'll want to buy them. >> do you mind if i just try a little sample of this, this, and this? >> exactly. one, two, three, four, five. this here is a very high end and a bit expensive, something like that where you'll make an investment, you defini
a boomer sooner to ya cheryl. cheryl from oklahoma. >> caller: hey, jim. what an honor to talk you to. you have been so good to me the past year. >> thank you very much. >> caller: i want to thank you so much. and i'm calling about my grandkids' account that i started for them. >> okay. let's go to work for them. >> caller: first i want to tell you, i didn't do what you recommend. and i didn't hear that you recommended it until it was too late. but i chose some five stocks. they only have 30 to 50 shares in each one. so i have chosen for growth. i started off with $2,000 in their account is now worth $3,400. >> see this is what is it's about. this is why i do the show. somebody said, jim, i'm 55. like, come on, you're getting tired and we'rey. it it's enough. let's go. >> caller: okay. i have for them bank of america. >> bac. >> caller: ford common. i bought the ford for them at $5. >> well done. stock is atted 14dz. go ahead. >> caller: cig, brazilian electric company. >> right. >> caller: cloud peak. >> we made money in that. everyone laughed at us. go ahead. >> caller: and electronic ar
cheryl casone in for steve doocy who is doing god knows what. cheryl is representing bernadine of illinois. now, if you would like to win nifty prizes sign up on bill o'reilly.com. casone, are you ready for this? >> i'm in for steve. i'm a little nervous. i think he is not hear because you did something with him. >> double secret probation. >> bill: factor producer jesse waters recently caught one al gore after 11 years of us trying to get him on the show. here is how it went down. >> mr. vice president. >> i don't like ambush journalism. >> yeah, why won't you come on the show? come on, it will be fun. there is two sides to this story. >> well, i will consider it. >> you will consider it? >> sure. >> all right. great. so, you know, while we have you here. >> you don't have me here. i'm not doing an interview right now. >> what's your reaction to the fact that the arctic ice is actually increasing. >> i'm not doing an interview right now. [ laughter ] >> bill: all right. we're not going to laugh. what was al gore's job before he became vice president? he was a senator. that was
the chemistry between chad ochocinco and his dance partner, cheryl burke, on the tv show "dancing with the stars." >> and he gave her a ring. >> he gave her a ring. that ring right there, it's worth $10,000. he said he gave it to her because the two have such a commitment to one another on the dance floor. now, he gave it to her, get this, on one knee and he said he wanted to put it on her ring finger because it's like they're in a marriage. because they spend so much time together. so that sparked all the rumors and everybody is on board with this. >> oh, he loves rumors. he loves being in the spotlight. but she did wear it on the engagement ring finger. >> she said it's just business for now but romance is not out of the question. next up for the two is the sexy dance, the rumba. >> my understanding, the rumba is the dance of love, so why not just make love on the dance floor. >> cheryl, how do you feel about that? >> no comment. >> how about that for a tease? >> see what i'm saying? chad ochocinco is like cameras, come here, come here. i love you. i love you. bob, good morning. >> good mornin
ochocinco, argentine tango with partner cheryl burke got them their best scores yet. >> he embraced the dance. he liked it and when you love something you give it 110%. >> reporter: pamela anderson and her partner are in the middle of the judge's leaderboard. she did not talk to us after the show. but fifth-place finisher evan who fell on his head during rehearsal and suffered a concussion did. it's his worst week of competition. >> it was my fault because i wanted to try that trick for the swing. i think we've wanted to continue improving every week. we're obviously pushing our own physical limit and maybe my falmouth that we -- fault we pushed it a little too far. >> reporter: nash sixth for the week. jake, a point behind in seventh. >> i'm not ready to go home. we have an incredible dance next week. i'm hoping i'm gifted with another week. >> you know what it will take to get eight, don't you? get ready, america. it's coming. >> reporter: melissa etheridge performs but before it's over one more couple will be going home. in los angeles, abc news. >> you can see who stays and who
comments. call us. >>> it's 10:00 a.m. in san diego, and cheryl howell was just arriving on a flight from atlanta. but she's not here for vacation. she's is heading south to tee juan a to have laparoscopic surgery. >> we looked up the facility, the physician, saw that he was highly credentialed. >> her experience so far? >> incredible. >> and the price tag, about $6,000. that's about half the price than the united states without insurance. >> it's a different economy, different cost structure, insurance costs for the facilities, for the doctors. a bunch of different factors that if you add them up, some are up to the lower cost, but it does not in any way affect the standards of quality. >> but there can be risks when seeking care abroad, says emery university's dr. john sweeney. >> the risk is the long-term follow-up and continuity of care that is going to be difficult to achieve. >> also it is important to research the types of certifications both the hospital and the surgeon hold. and patients should be prepared to pay out of pocket for complications that may arise once they return hom
! for "teen kids news," i'm cheryl. hey, mark. hey, mark. hey. where've you been? i lost my cat. aw. that's not right. yeah. so i made this cat magnet to try and get him back. cool. does it work? kinda. [meow] nice. yeah. but that's not my cat. i gotta keep working on it. see ya. see ya. see ya. announcer: anything's possible, keep thinking. get started on your own inventions or just play some games at... >>> with the economy struggling, a lot of people are trying to spend less on everything. and college tuition is no exception. according to the website meritaid.com, more than half of high school students are considering attending less prestigious colleges, in order to save money. hey, no matter what school you go to, you'll still be successful. >>> if you like to look around yard sales, take a look at this -- they call it the world's largest yard sale. and no one is disputing the claim. 650 miles of stuff stretching from ohio to alabama. the route runs through five states and a national park. and with all that room, it's still hard for sellers to find a spot to set out their wares. it's
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on? >> some heat. >> yeah, some heat. chad and cheryl talking fob the first time about the ring. he gave her a ring. >> he's the man! >> he gave her a ring. >> i think so -- >>> also, in the last half hour, we got vanessa williams here, cease going from "ugly betty" to broadway. and alyssa milano, she's got the show. >>> good morning, everyone. we begin with the airspace over britain, france, germany and holland, all of which remains shut down today on day five of the travel chaos, resulting from that icelandic volcano. more than two-thirds of the flights in and out of europe are still canceled. the situation is now so desperate, england is sending warships to bring stranded travelers home. british airways say its and other airlines have lost so much money, they're asking the european union for help. and the volcano is spewing less ash, but we're not out of the woods yet. our neal karlinsky is in iceland this morning. good morning, neal. >> reporter: juju, good morning. the wind, this is the wind taking all of that ash across europe right now. the volcano just behind me, and the ash
, starring martha, seen at 9:00 in the morning with hammer. and deucy is doing good know what, cheryl is representing a person from illinois. now, ready for this? >> i'm a little nervous. >> bill: here is the first question for the great american news quiz. jesse waters caught you up with al gore after 11 years after i was trying to get him on the show. here is how it went down. >> mr. vice president, why won't you come on the show. it will be fun. there are two sides to this story? >>ly consider it. >> all right great. while we have you here, what is your reaction to the fact that the arctic ice is increasing. >> not doing an interview right now. [ laughter ] >> bill: we're not going to laugh, but what was his job before he became vice president. what did mr. gore do? please. that was easy we did it for her just to get broken in. all right. here is question number two, consumer group has announced efforts to retire ronald mcdonald who has appeared in tv commercials since 1963. 6. >> bill: we love him, don't we? who first important trade the iconic clown which is ronald mcdonald? who
in a motorcycle accident, along the jones falls expressway. police say 40-year-old cheryl robinson was riding with three other motorcyclists when she lost control sunday afternoon. robinson hit the right jersey wall and her bike flue 8 -- flew 800 feet into the left wall. >>> and a montgomery county police officer killed in a sunday morning crash has also been identified. officer hector ayala was called for backup when his cruiser veered and hit a tree. and he was killed. ayala leaves behind a 1-year- old son and a wife who was pregnant with triplets. governor o'malley has ordered flags be flown at half staff. >>> the shocking case sparked attention. nine teenagers are charged with bullying a girl who later killed herself. now, mike hellgren reports on a maryland school that is taking new steps to fight bullying on campus. >> reporter: one in four students across this country report being bullied at least once a day. at this school in frederick county, anti-bullying efforts are part of the culture. >> reporter: the number of suicides are alarming. these are just some of the children who took
argentine tango with partner cheryl burke got their best scores yet. >> he loves the tango. when you love something you give it 110%. >> pam anderson and her partner are in the middle. she didn't talk to us avenue -- after the show but evan who fell on his head during a rehearsal and suffered a concussion did. his worst week of competition. >> it was my fault, i wanted to try that trick for the swing and we wanted to continue to improve every week. we're obviously pushing our own physical limit and maybe my fault but maybe we pushed it a little too far this week. >> reporter: nash is sixth for the week. jake pavery well ca, a point behind in seventh. >> i'm not ready to go home. we have an incredible dance next week. i hope i have another week. >> you know what it will take to get eight, don't you? get ready, america, it's coming. >> reporter: melissa ethey areidge performs during the results show but before it's all over one more couple will be going home. in los angeles, george pinocchio for abc news. >> you can see who stays and who goes on "dancing with the stars." the results show,
, understandably, of getting their jobs back. >> reporter: just ask cheryl. at a new job for a month but she does not feel secure. >> economy-wise, paycheck to paycheck. >> even though you have a job? >> even though you have a job. i have a second job, i'm a wedding photographer as well. >> reporter: while white house aides are pleased with the job's turnaround, they know the economy, growing at only 3% this year, won't help millions of out of work americans. >> that's not enough to get a lot of job growth. we'll get positive job growth, it will be enough to probably bring the unemployment rate down a little bit. you need faster than that to make a dent. >> reporter: that is a political problem. a new poll shows that in just seven months, voters have deserted democrats. now believing by a slight margin that republicans could do a better job with the economy. november.for democrats come >> i don't think they have time for any real meaningful economic growth to happen to change the public's view on confidence in the economy before the midterms. >> reporter: and the administration still hasn't passe
. great to he soo you this morning. thanks so much for coming in. john pointed this out, cheryl, at the beginning of his story about this idea of two china's, the cities in the east, beijing, shanghai and then out in the countryside, this vast swath of poverty. you still have relatives living in china. how have things changed for them? >> they are on the good side of the country. the tail of two countries is very true. they started off very, very poor. now, because they are in the coastal area and very close to hong kong, they were able to rise with the rising country. so now they have got everything, internet, cell phones, everything that 700 million people in china have. 700 million people in china have cell phones. there are more internet users in china than people in the u.s. >> so the 20th century and a big part of the 19th century, the american centuries. many think the 21st is going to be china's century. when you have that many people living in poverty, can you really be an economic super power or to some degree, does that help you become a super power? >> one of the rea
is putting together a new commitment to america got a lot of reaction. cheryl sent this. >> chris: in a preview of things to come now that john paul stevens has announced his retirement. richard writes. >> chris: please keep your comments coming. you can find us at fox news sunday.com. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday.
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